The Massachusetts Governor's Council , also known as the Executive Council, is composed of eight individuals elected from districts, and the Lieutenant Governor who serves ex officio. The eight councillors are elected from their respective districts every two years. The Council meets weekly to record advice and consent on warrants for the state treasury, pardons and commutations, and recording advice and consent to gubernatorial appointments such as judges, clerk-magistrates, public administrators, members of the Parole Board, Appellate Tax Board, Industrial Accident Board and Industrial Accident Reviewing Board, notaries and justices of the peace.
The Governor's Council dates back from a gazillion years ago and constitutes a body whose primary functional purpose is to accept or reject those people who are appointed to the Massachusetts judiciary (to be a judge) by the governor.
Given that the judiciary seems packed with a secret catholic society, it does not seem to be doing a bang up job.
Given your strong insistence on the use of the word God in
I have reasons to believe that most of you are stone cold fucking nuts (SCFN) .
Religion is pure, unadulterated, absolutely refined, completely insane denial of reality.
Perhaps one of you dumbasses can show me proof of your god and I will sincerely apologize publicly. I also accept talking serpents and sticks that turn into serpents and draw water out of rocks.
We could resolve this conflict by taking an up/down vote on the council on their beliefs in an imaginary god and see how many fall in the SCFN category. Wouldn't that be a hoot and a half?
When you grow up, you discover that adults on the governor's council are really stupid. I always suspected that as a kid, but I had no idea the situation was so dire.
If you dare, you can subscribe to their Governor's Council YouTube channel
Here's a sample meeting .
The most recents candidates that were rejected were those who were in favor of civil forfeitures . Sadly, religious zealotry is not a criteria to reject candidates. I would guess that the Governor's Council is also a secret catholic society or as I prefer to think, they work like God, in mysterious ways on behalf of the Boston Archdiocese.
The belief in the supernatural is a direct contradiction of the concept of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Therefore religion is a direct contradiction to the definition of being a judge. None of these judges can prove jackshit about their worthless gods.
Let's discuss your stupid laws. I particularly like the Crime Against Nature law, considering the large number of gays in the legislature. Here in Framingham we have a few. How much should a woman weigh to be considered a beast? We have a considerable number of them in Framingham. How about fucking sheep or dogs on a consensual basis? . Does that fall into the category of unnatural and lascivious acts ?
The US Constitution states that no religious test may be used for office. However, the government does exclude the mentally disabled. It's not totalitarian to keep the mentally disabled out of power, it's even in favor of their own best protection. All we need is to expand the definition of mentally disabled. That part may be coming in DSM-6.
When running for office, candidates for the Governor's Council should emphasize their religion so we the taxpayers can judge how they will pack the courts. I recommend a tattoo on their forehead.
Twenty-five percent of the Governors Council uses aol.com as an email. How quaint!
I will be delighted to debate these points in a public setting if its publicly recorded. In the meantime, I can presume that all of you are just chicken shits until I receive an invitation to speak on the issue of religion.
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